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    Chippendale Chair, Carved mahogany, with modern seat upholstery

  • Jen Littsey Chippendale Rerproduction Chair, c.1870 In the mid to late nineteenth century a number of revivals of antique styles took place. There was some renewed interest in Egyptian designs as well as an "Etruscan" and Greek phase. Especially from the 1860's a revival of the Robert Adam style occurred with

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